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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
Volume 13, Page 344   View pdf image (33K)
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344 Assembly Proceedings, May 10-June 9, 1692.

U. H. J.
p. 671

the Commodious Scituation thereof may be erected into a
Corporation with immunities and Franchises accordingly.
His Excellency will Consider thereof
The address brought by Mr Wynn is as follows vizt

To their most Excellent Majestys William and Mary by the
Grace of God King and Queen of England Scotland France
and Ireland Defenders of the Faith &c
We your Majestys Council and the Freemen Inhabitants of
this your Majestys Province of Maryland by their Representa-
tives in a Genl Assembly now Convened and met together
having seriously and maturely perused Considered debated
and Enquired into the several Articles of Impeachment or
Charge Exhibited by our Agents against the Lord Baltimore
and his Deputies do upon strict search thereinto and the
several Depositions Examinations Papers and Records thereof
find the same to be Punctually & Exactly true according to
the several parts thereof now by us Abridged & hereunto
annexed the which we are able ready and willing to prove
defend and maintain by such further Testimony proofs and
evidences as may be reasonably required of us whensoever
your Majesty shall please to call us thereunto By your Royal
Commission of Enquiry into the Premises and not only so but
several Insolencys Misdemeanors & Outrages done and per-
pretrated since by his Factors and Agents here to the disturb-
ance of your Majestys good and leige Subjects. Inhabitants
hereof Aiming at and designing nothing less then total Sub-
version of this your Government and your Majestys Royal
Authority over us which they have (as much as in them lye)
endeavoured to Obliterate and rase out of the minds of your
Majestys most Loyal Subjects
The Moiety of 2s p hhd by Act of Assembly Vested in his
Lordship for the support of Government and the Contingent
Charges thereof
We likewise find to be misapplyed, and that his Lordship
the Lord Baltimore in Arrears indebted to the Country six or
seven and thirty thousand Pounds Sterling at the least whereof
his Lordships Agent here hath Obstructively peremptorily
refused to give any Account or produce his Book of Entry
whereby he is to make out the same which we humbly pray
(by your Majestys Royal Commission may be inquired into
and an Account thereof duly rendered and Satisfaction for the
Ballance duly made by his Lordship by which means we your
Majestys most Loyal Subjects may the better be enabled to

p. 672

express our Gratitude to your Majestys for Answering our
petitions in Giving us a Protestant Governor by rendering
him able and sufficient to support and maintain the Honour

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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
Volume 13, Page 344   View pdf image (33K)
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